BBC recently celebrated the one year anniversary of Cornucopia Place. Throughout the last year, many chefs graced this space with an array of cuisines through their cooking classes. These dishes ranged from soul to Chinese to Thai food. Participants of these cooking classes will always have a reason and now the expertise to spice up their meals at home.
If you have not signed up for a cooking class, now is the time. There are cooking classes for all age groups scheduled for the spring, summer, and fall seasons. People interested in trying out recipes from around the world should sign up for Chef Eric Wells’ class. Those that are battling a chronic disease such as diabetes or high blood pressure should attend Chef Vel Scott’s class. Or if you are looking for a spin to the traditional dishes you already cook at home, register for Chef Robin Blair’s class. There are also classes to get youth interested in cooking and eating healthy food. For youth cooking classes, sign your child up for Sharon Glaspie’s Junior Chef or Teen Chef Class.
There are no more excuses to not knowing how to cook or getting bored with the same old recipes. Cooking classes at Cornucopia Place are fun and focus on health and wellness so that families can live longer and happier lives together. Most classes are free to attend. To register for a cooking class, visit cornucopiaplacebbc.eventbrite.com. You can also call BBC’s office at 216.341.1455.